School Improvement Plan
Every year, the school reviews the progress that has been made and sets new improvement priorities to be worked on and achieved over the following school year. On this page, you will find the priorities that have been set and approved by the governors for 2020 - 2021. Progress towards achieving these is reported to the full governing body throughout the year to ensure they are being met to a high standard. If you would like to know any more about these priorities or how we are working towards achieving them, then please either speak to the Headteacher or a member of the governing body.
Priority 1 - Achievement of Pupils
Linked Ofsted Target: To improve planning in English and the wider curriculum to ensure that all pupils can learn to the best of their abilities.
Priority 2 - Quality of Teaching
Linked Ofsted Target: To improve the organisation and management of classroom activities and routines so that pupils know what to do and swiftly receive any help they need. This includes the early years.
Priority 3 - Leadership and Management
Linked Ofsted Targets: Clarify roles, responsibilities and accountability of staff members, especially those holding subject leader responsibilities. Develop communication with parents to increase understanding about improvements being made in key areas of the school’s work.
Priority 4 - Behaviour and Attitudes
Linked Ofsted Target: Ensure that the school’s behaviour policy is understood by parents and is consistently applied by staff.
Priority 5 - Early Years
Linked Ofsted Target: Review the Early Years provision and planning so that they build on what children already know and can do to better prepare them for Year 1. Further develop the role of adults during child-initiated activities.
Priority 6 - Christian Distinctiveness
Parent Questionnaire about the Behaviour Policy - Analysis of results